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YouTube and Animoto make visual networking tons of fun, but visual networking also delivers substantial value in the form of virtual meetings. I use virtual meetings often through Meeting Place and Cisco WebEx, mostly because I work on a team spread around the world. I caught up with a few other professionals in the Bay Area to talk about how they use virtual meetings and what they think of its value. Randy Shepard, COO, Impeva LabsJohn Davidson, Director of Marketing, SiemensOther visual networking discussionsFor more information on what Cisco delivers consumers, check out our website.Follow us on Twitter.

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  1. Telecommuting is where it is at. I think most jobs will be based around telecommuting. If you think about the advantages of Internet based business (low overhead) a company that emphasized telecommuting will recieve the same monetary benefit.

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  2. Thanks for the comment John! You have a good point about the low overhead. VoIP phones and web conferencing can save a business or individual significant cash. I like being able to work from home if I want to, partly because I feel like a different person when I don’t sit for an hour in traffic! -Johanna

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  3. An important element of visual networking that I see as immediately tangible to all users is the familiarity that can develop utilizing VN; even when P2P interaction hasn’t yet happened. Web conferencing and VoIP enables users to seamlessly connect to their network and Apps like Adobe Air are allowing for web-based interaction while offline and without using a browser!

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